Through our programs, Eyebeam reveals new paths toward a more just future for all.
We achieve this by supporting those who envision technology as a gateway to a more humane and sustainable way of living. Eyebeam rejects designs born in boardrooms to simply disrupt, monetize, or invalidate. Rather, we privilege the ideas, plans, and “forward-dreaming” of artists whose generative thinking is often informed by broad and deep life experiences and is free of marketplace constraints.
Eyebeam models a new approach to artist-led creation for the public good; we are a non-profit that provides significant professional support and money to exceptional artists for the realization of important ideas that wouldn’t exist otherwise. Nobody else is doing this.
For a small non-profit, we make big investments because we believe in the power of no-strings-attached funding for ideas outside of standard practices. And we look to you, our donors, to approach us with the same fervor, trust, and generosity.
Please make a donation today, in any amount. Your support will take radical ideas from the imagination into the real world.
If you would like to learn more about the many ways you can support Eyebeam, please contact us at [email protected].
Through the Fold, Eyebeam invites the community closer to the core of what we do. The Fold offers access to the most innovative, artist-ledradical ideas happening behind-the-scenes at Eyebeam, a platform for genuine community exchange, and a chance to join conversations with the artists we support.Enter the Fold
In addition to our generous funders, Eyebeam’s work would not be possible without the expertise of our professional advisers. We are deeply grateful for the ongoing pro-bono legal support of Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, an American business and litigation firm that was founded in 1908 and is located in 8 cities across the nation.
Eyebeam is also indebted to Mother Design, an independent branding & design studio founded in 2006. With a portfolio ranging from Zaha Hadid and New York Fashion Week to Marriot and Target, the firm is driven to make the world a better place through design. To learn more about the process behind Eyebeam’s brand strategy, visit our story at Mother Design.